Salazar Street in Tacloban reopens to two-way traffic

Salazar Street in Tacloban reopens to two-way traffic

Salazar Street in Tacloban City has reopened to two-way traffic after being utilized as a one-way street.

TACLOBAN CITY – Traffic Operation Management Enforcement and Control Office Tacloban (TOMECO) Head Garry Soriano announced on Monday, October 10, that Tacloban City's Salazar Street has reopened to two-way traffic. 

TOMECO tested the said traffic system last Saturday (October), after which the office observed the traffic flow.

Soriano cited three reasons for the decision to open the street to two-way traffic, as the City's Information Office reported. According to him, this benefits passengers, particularly students from Kapangian, EVSU, LNU, and LNHS.

It will also save drivers money and time because they will no longer have to go around downtown to pass through the Quarry area, Soriano stated.

The TOMECO head added that businesses along the street will benefit because they will be able to provide "convenience" to their customers.

Meanwhile, it is expected that this will help reduce traffic, particularly since classes are now held face-to-face.  —iTacloban

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